It looks like this huge Francisville warehouse is undergoing a massive change: L&I documents suggest that three residential units and a commercial space will be built in this former garage. It's just off North Broad, near several other in-progress development projects.
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A ripple of architectural destruction appears to be moving swiftly through Pennsport. Some people are putting their faith in preservation efforts and some are taking their faith elsewhere.
Postgreen Homes, best known for the $100k house, is pairing up with Equinox Management & Construction LLC to bring a new mixed-use development to the 1700 block of Folsom Street in Francisville, which is currently occupied by vacant lots and four city-owned houses.